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Musicals have been a staple of American cinema since the advent of sound in 1927. The ability to synchronize movement with audio brought a new breed of performers to the silver screen.
Since 1989, this annual collaboration between the Rochester Labor Council and the George Eastman Museum has brought films with socially relevant themes to the Dryden screen.
This rotation in the Collection Gallery looks at how the invention of photography in 1839 helped to expand visual understanding of the world, especially for those without the means to travel.
Artist Joshua Rashaad McFadden uses photography to engage some of the most challenging subject matter of our time. Working across genres he critically examines race, masculinity, sexuality, and gender in the United States.